Subject: Re: digital camera advice?
What I do is use a service like, or Some of them give you 50-100 free photos when you sign up, and it's really easy to use. You just upload your photos to their server, and then order them. They print them and mail them to you. They come out looking surprisingly good, but you might want to try it with regular photos (as opposed to once-in-a-lifetime vacation photos) first, to see what you think of the quality.

Even if you have to pay for them, it's not too expensive. Well, it might be for 2-300 photos!

Natalie Los Angeles